Priyadarshi Shukla

Distinguished Professor, Amrut Mody School of Management and
Chair, Global Centre for Environment and Energy
PhD (Stanford University)
Areas of interest
Energy Efficiency, Energy-Environment Modelling, Renewable Technologies, Decentralized Planning, Integrated Assessment Modelling and Climate Change Policy Analysis
Contact
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shuklapr@ahduni.edu.in

Professor P. R. Shukla currently holds the position of Co-Chair, IPCC Working Group III (Mitigation) since October 2015. He has a doctoral degree from Stanford University and have been a Professor at the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad since 1979. He has been awarded the Certificate for the ‘CONTRIBUTION TO THE AWARD OF NOBEL PEACE PRIZE’ FOR 2007 TO THE IPCC’ and Certificate for Contribution to Climate Change Research, by the Hon’able Prime Minister, Government of India in 2007

Coordinated and delivered numerous research and consulting assignments for national and international organizations on global technology policy, energy demand forecasting, energy and environment modeling and policy analysis, environment management, environment impact assessment, sustainable development, climate change policy, operations management, project management, logistics, and manufacturing strategy. Clients include various Ministries and Government of India, National and State Government Agencies in India, Indian and International Corporations, NGOs, bilateral and multilateral agencies and consulting firms.

Project Title Funding Agency
Assessment of Climate Change Mitigation Pathways and Evaluation of the Robustness of Mitigation Cost Estimates (AMPERE) European Commission, Brussels, 7th Framework Programme
Assessment of Impact of Climate Change on Water-Energy Nexus in Agriculture Under Canal Irrigation System The World Bank through Indian Council of Agriculture Research under National Agricultural Innovation Project (NAIP)
Assessment of Reverse Impact of Climate Change on Indian Energy Systems Winrock International – for the India’s 2nd National Communication to UNFCCC, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India
Climate Policy Outreach (CPO) European Commission, Brussels, 7th Framework Programme
Cost Assessment for Sustainable Energy Systems (CASES) European Commission, Brussels, 6th Framework Programme on Research, Technological Development and Demonstration Activities
Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project (DDPP) IDDRI, Paris
Integrated Assessment and adaptation policy response study for a multi purpose hydro electric project in the Himalayan Region Winrock International – for the India’s 2nd National Communication to UNFCCC, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India
Least Cost Power Sector Planning Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), USA.
Long-term Climate Change Mitigation Policies: Implications of Future UNFCCC Regimes for National Energy and Environment Policies Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India
Long-term Climate Change Mitigation Policies: Implications of Future UNFCCC Regimes for National Energy and Environment Policies Asia Pacific Network (APN) for Global Change
Low climate IMpact scenarios and the Implications of required Tight emission control Strategies (LIMITS) European Commission, Brussels, 7th Framework Programme
Policy Options to engage Emerging Asian economies in a post-Kyoto regime (POEM) European Commission, Brussels, 7th Framework Programme: Multiple pathways analysis of emerging economies in a post-Kyoto regime
Promoting Low Carbon Transport in India United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
State Level Electricity Sector Reforms and Structural Changes in India and Its Impacts on Global Warming United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Strategies and Instruments for Sustainable Growth - Energy Management and Environmental Protection in India Indo-Dutch Programme for Alternatives in Development
Technology-Oriented Cooperation and Strategies in India and China: Reinforcing the EU dialogue with Developing Countries on Climate Change Mitigation (TOCSIN) European Commission, Brussels, 6th Framework Programme on Research, Technological Development and Demonstration Activities

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

PAPERS IN JOURNALS, BOOKS, PUBLISHED PROCEEDINGS etc.

  • S. Dhar, M. Pathak and Shukla P.R. (2018).Transformation of India's transport sector under global warming of 2 °C and 1.5 °C scenario. Journal of Cleaner Production.172 (20). 417-427.
  • S. Mittal, E.O. Ahlgren, P.R. Shukla. (2018).Barriers to biogas dissemination in India: A review. Energy Policy. 112. 361-370.  
  • A. Garg, P.R. Shukla, S. Parihar, U. Singh, B. Kankal.(2017). Cost-effective architecture of carbon capture and storage (CCS) grid in India. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. 66. 129-146.
  • S. Dhar, M. Pathak & Shukla P.R. (2017). Electric vehicles and India's low carbon passenger transport: a long-term co-benefits assessment. Journal of Cleaner Production. 146.  
  • A. Garg, P.R. Shukla, B. Kankal and D. Mahapatra. (2017). CO2 emission in India: trends and management at sectoral, sub-regional and plant levels. Carbon Management. 8 (2). 111-123.
  • S. Dhar, Shukla P.R., M. Pathak. (2017). India’s INDC for Transport and 2oC Stabilization Target. Chemical Engineering Transactions. 56. 31-36.
  • Mittal S., M. Pathak, Shukla P.R., Ahlgren E. (2017). GHG Mitigation and Sustainability Co-benefits of Urban Solid Waste Management Strategies: A Case Study of Ahmedabad, India. Chemical Engineering Transactions. 56. 457-462.
  • Mittal S., Dai H and Shukla P.R. (2016).Low carbon urban transport scenarios for China and India: A comparative assessment. Transport Res Part D. 44. 266-276.
  • Pathak, M., Shukla P.R. (2015). Co-benefits of low carbon passenger transport actions in Indian cities: Case study of Ahmedabad. Transport Res. Part D. 44. 303-316.  
  • Mittal S, Hanaoka T, Shukla P.R. and Masui T. (2015). Air pollution co-benefits of low carbon policies in road transport: a sub-national assessment for India. Environ. Res. Lett. 10.
  • Shukla P.R. and Dhar, S. (2015). Energy policies for low carbon sustainable transport in Asia. Energy Policy. 81. 170-175.  
  • Hourcade J-C and Shukla P.R. (2015). Cancun Paradigm Shift and COP21: to go beyond rhetoric. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics. 15(4). 343-351.
  • Jean-Charles Hourcade, P.R. Shukla, C. Cassen. (2015). Climate policy architecture for the Cancun paradigm shift: building on the lessons from history. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics. 15(4). 353-367.  
  • Shukla P.R. and M. Pathak. (2015). How can research serve international policymaking towards the low-carbon development path? Looking forward. Energia Ambiente e Innovazione. 47(27).  94-97.
  • Dhar, S. and Shukla P.R. (2015). Low carbon scenarios for transport in India: Co-benefits analysis. Energy Policy. 81. 186-198.
  • Garg, A., Naswa P and Shukla P.R. (2015).Energy infrastructure in India: Profile and risks under climate change. Energy Policy. 81. 226-238.
  • Johansson D. J. A,  Lucas P.L, Weitzel M, Ahlgren E. O, Bazaz A.B, Chen W, den Elzen M, Ghosh J, Grahn M, Liang Q. M,  Peterson S, Pradhan B.K, van Ruijven B.J, Shukla P.R., van Vuuren D. P, Wei Y-M. (2014). Multi-model comparison of the economic and energy implications for China and India in an international climate regime. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategy for Global Change. 
  • Garg, A., Shukla P.R., Maheshwari, J., and Upadhyaya, J. (2014). An assessment of household electricity load curves and corresponding CO2 marginal abatement cost curves for Gujarat state, India. Energy Policy. 66. 568-584.
  • Chaturvedi V, Eom J, Clarke L. E, Shukla P.R. (2014). Long term building energy demand for India: Disaggregating end use energy services in an integrated assessment modeling framework. Energy Policy. 64. 226–242.
  • Chaturvedi V and Shukla P.R. (2013). Role of energy efficiency in climate change mitigation policy for India: Assessment of co-benefits and opportunities within an integrated assessment modeling framework. Climatic Change. 123 (3/4). 597-609.
  • Sathaye J and Shukla P.R. (2013). Methods and Models for Costing Carbon Mitigation. Annual Review of Environment and Resources. 38. 137-168.
  • Lucas, P.L., Shukla P.R., Chen, W., van Ruijven, B.J., Dhar, S., den Elzen, M.G.J., van Vuuren, D.P. (2013). Implications of the international reduction pledges on long-term energy system changes and costs in China and India. Energy Policy. 63. 1032-1041.
  • Hourcade J.C and Shukla P.R. (2013). Triggering the low carbon transition: climate finance in the aftermath of the global financial crisis. Climate Policy. 13. 22-35.
  • Van Sluisveld, M.A.E., D.E.H.J. Gernaat, S. Ashina, K.V. Calvin, A. Garg, M.Isaac, P.L. Lucas, I. Mouratiadou, S.A.C. Otto, S. Rao, P.R. Shukla, J. Van Vliet and D.P. Van Vuuren. (2013). A multi-model analysis of post-2020 mitigation efforts of five major economies. Climate Change Economics. 4(4). 1340012.  
  • Hourcade J.-C. and Shukla P.R. (2013). Triggering the low-carbon transition in the aftermath of the global financial crisis. Climate Policy. 13. 22 – 35. 10.1080
  • M. Namazu, S. Fujimori, Shukla P.R., Y. Matsuoka. (2013). Two low carbon development pathways in India. Global Environmental Research. 17 (1). 119-128.
  • Calvin, K., Clarke, L., Krey, V., Blanford, G., Kejun, J., Kainuma, M., Kriegler, E., Luderer, G., Shukla P.R. (2012). The role of Asia in mitigating climate change: Results from the Asia modeling exercise. Energy Economics. 34. 3S251-S260.
  • Shukla P.R. and Chaturvedi V. (2012). Low carbon and clean energy scenarios for India: Analysis of targets approach. Energy Economics. 34. S487–S495.
  • Kainuma M, Shukla P.R. and Kejun Jiang. (2012). Framing and modeling of a low carbon society: An Overview. Energy Economics.34.S316–S324.
  • Mahapatra D, Shukla P.R. and Dhar S. (2012). External cost of coal based electricity generation: A tale of Ahmedabad city. Energy Policy. 49. 253-265.
  • Garg Amit, Shukla P.R. and Upadhyay Jigeesha. (2012). N2O emissions of India: an assessment of temporal, regional and sector trends. Climatic Change.110 (3-4).755-782.
  • Toshihiko Masui, Kenichi Matsumoto, Yasuaki Hijioka, Tsuguki Kinoshita, Toru Nozawa, Sawako Ishiwatari, Etsushi Kato, Shukla P.R., Yoshiki Yamagata and Mikiko Kainuma. (2011). An emission pathway for stabilization at 6 Wm−2 radiative forcing. Climatic Change. 109. 59-76.
  • Garg Amit, B. Kankal, Shukla P.R. (2011). Methane Emissions in India: Sub-regional and sectoral trends. Atmospheric Environment. 45(28). 4922–4929.  
  • Shukla P.R. and Dhar Subash. (2011). Climate agreements and India: aligning options and opportunities on a new track. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics.11 (3). 229-243.
  • Shukla P.R. and Mahapatra D. (2011). Dynamic Life-cycle Analysis of India’s Electricity System, International Energy Journal. 12(1). 43114.
  • Halsnaes, K, Markandya A and Shukla P.R. (2011). Introduction: Sustainable Development, Energy, and Climate Change. World Development. 39 (6). 983–986.
  • Shukla P.R. and Chaturvedi V. (2011). Sustainable Energy Transformations in India under Climate Policy. Sustainable Development. 21 (1). 48–59.
  • Shukla P.R. and Pathak M. (2011). Low Carbon Future: Investing in Renewables. Renewable Watch. 1 (4). 46-47.
  • Shukla P.R. and Pathak M. (2011). Bioenergy Strategies: Moving into a greener future. Energy Next. 1 (4).
  • Shukla P.R., Dhar S and Fujino J. (2010). Renewable energy and low carbon economy transition in India. Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy. 2. 31005.
  • Menon-Choudhury Deepa and Shukla P.R. (2009). An integrated strategy for urban Air Quality Management in India. International Journal of Environment and Pollution. 39 (3/4). 233-252.
  • Dhar S and Shukla P.R. (2009). Regional Cooperation towards Trans-country Natural Gas Market: An Socio Economic Assessment for India. International Journal of Energy Sector Management. 3(3). 251-274.  
  • Garg A and Shukla P.R. (2009). Coal and energy security for India: Role of carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and storage (CCS). Energy: The International Journal. 34. 1032–1041.
  • Shukla P.R., Dhar, S., Victor, D.G, and Jackson, M. (2009). Assessment of demand for natural gas from the electricity sector in India. Energy Policy. 37 (9). 3520-3534.
  • Garg Amit, Dhiman R. C., Bhattacharya Sumana and Shukla P.R. (2009). Development, Malaria and Adaptation to Climate Change: A Case Study from India. Environment Management. 43 (5). 779-789.  
  • Shukla P.R., Dhar, S and Mahapatra D. (2008). Low Carbon Society Scenarios for India. Climate Policy. 8. S156-S176.
  • Halsnæs K., Shukla P.R. and Garg A. (2008). Sustainable development and climate change: lessons from country studies. Climate Policy. 8 (2). 202–219.
  • Halsnaes K and Shukla P.R. (2007). Sustainable development as a framework for developing country participation in international climate change policies. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategy for Global Change. 13. 105-130.
  • Garg A, Shukla P.R., Kapshe M. (2007). From Climate Change Impacts to Adaptation: A development perspective for India. Natural Resources Forum. 31. 132-141.
  • Shukla P.R., Garg A, Kapshe M, and Nair R. (2006). India’s Non-CO2 GHG Emissions: Development Pathways and Mitigation Flexibility. Energy Journal. Special Issue. 461-483.
  • Garg A, Shukla P.R. and Kapshe M. (2006). The sectoral trends of multigas emissions inventory of India. Atmospheric Environment. 40 (24). 4608-4620.
  • Zhang C, Shukla P.R., Victor, D. G, Heller, T. C, Biswas, D, Nag, T. (2006). Baselines for Carbon Emissions in the Indian and Chinese Power Sectors: Implications for International Emissions Trading. Energy Policy. 34 (14). 1900-1917.
  • Shukla P.R., Rana A, Garg A, Kapshe M, Nair R. (2006). Global Climate Change Stabilization Regimes and Indian Emission Scenarios: Lessons for Modeling of Developing Country Transitions. Environment Economics and Policy Studies. 7 (3). 205-231.
  • Sathaye J, Shukla P.R. and Rabindranath NH. (2006). Climate Change, Sustainable Development and India: Global and National Concerns. Current Science. 90 (3). 314-325.
  • Shukla P.R. (2006). India’s GHG emission scenarios: Aligning development and stabilization paths. Current Science. 90 (3). 354-361.
  • Shukla P.R., Nag T and Biswas D. (2005). Electricity reforms and firm level responses: changing ownership, fuel choices and technology decisions. International Journal of Global Energy Issues. 23(2/3).
  • Shukla P.R., Balasubramaniam S. and Yajnik A. (2004). CDM and India: Firm Responses, Baselines and Development Dynamics. Journal of International Research in Environment Strategies. 5 (1). 257-272.
  • Garg A, Shukla P.R., Kapshe M and Menon D. (2004). Indian Methane and Nitrous Oxide Emissions and Mitigation Flexibility. Atmospheric Environment. 38 (13). 1965-1977.
  • Arnulf Grübler, Nebojša Naki?enovi?, Joe Alcamo, Ged Davis, Joergen Fenhann, Bill Hare, Shunsuke Mori, Bill Pepper, Hugh Pitcher, Keywan Riahi, Hans–Holger Rogner, Emilio Lebre La Rovere, Alexei Sankovski, Michael Schlesinger,.P.R. Shukla, Rob Swart, Nadejda Victor, and Tae Yong Jung. (2004). Emissions Scenarios: A Final Response. Energy and Environment. 15 (1). 11–24.
  • Naki?enovi?, N., Grübler, A., Gaffin, S., Jung, T. Y., Kram, T., Morita, T., Pitcher, H., Riahi, K., Schlesinger, M., Shukla P.R., van Vuuren, D., Davis, G., Michaelis, L., Swart, R. and Victor, N. (2003). IPCC SRES revisited: a response. Energy and Environment. 14 (2-3). 187-214.
  • Nair R, Shukla P.R., Kapshe M, Garg A and Rana A. (2003). Analysis of Long-term Energy and Carbon Emission Scenarios for India. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 8 (1). 53-69.
  • Garg A, Shukla P.R., Ghosh D, Kapshe M and Nair R. (2003). Future GHG and Local Emissions for India: Policy Links and Disjoints. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 8 (1). 71-92.  
  • Ghosh, D., Shukla P.R., Garg, A. and Ramana, P. V. (2002). Renewable Energy Technologies for the Indian Power Sector: Mitigation Potential and Operational Strategies. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews. 6 (6). 481-512.
  • Garg A, Kapshe M, Shukla P.R. and Ghosh D. (2002). Large Point Source (LPS) Emissions from India: Regional and Sectoral Analysis. Atmospheric Environment. 36. 213-234.
  • Garg A, Shukla P.R., Bhattacharya S and Dadhwal VK. (2001). Sub-region (District) and Sector Level Greenhouse Gas Emissions for India: Assessment of Inventories and Mitigation Flexibility. Atmospheric Environment. 35 (15). 2679-2695.
  • Rana A and Shukla P.R. (2001). Macroeconomic Models for Long-term Energy and Emissions in India. OPSEARCH (Special Issue on Energy and Environment Modelling). 38(1). 87-108.
  • Garg A, Ghosh D and Shukla P.R. (2001). Integrated Modeling System for Energy and Environment Policies. OPSEARCH (Special Issue on Energy and Environment Modelling). 38(1).
  • Garg A, Shukla P.R., Bhattacharya S and Dadhwal VK. (2001). Sub-region (District) and Sector Level SO2 and NOX Emissions for India: Assessment of Inventories and Mitigation Flexibility. Atmospheric Environment. 35 (4). 703-713.
  • Shukla P.R., Sokona Y and Halsnaes K. (2000). Mitigation and adaptation cost assessment concepts, methods and appropriate use: special issues and problems related to cost assessment of developing countries. Pacific and Asian Journal of Energy. 10 (1).
  • Ramana PV, Sinha C and Shukla P.R. (2000). Penetration of Renewable Energy Technologies and Climate Change Policies in India. International Journal of Global Energy Issues.
  • Jung T.Y, La Rovere E. L, Gaj H, Shukla P.R. and Zhou D. (2000). Structural Changes in Developing Countries and Their Implications to Energy-related CO2 Emissions. Journal of Technology Forecasting and Social Change.
  • Kanudia A and Shukla P.R. (1998). Modelling of Uncertainties and Price Elastic Demands in Energy-environment planning for India. OMEGA, International Journal of Management Science. 26 (3).
  • Ghosh D, Majumdar S and Shukla P.R. (1998). Demand-Side Management at Ahmedabad Electricity Company. Energy Management.
  • Majumdar S and Shukla P.R. (1997). Electric Load Forecasting Using Artificial Neural Networks and Deficit Management. Energy Sources. 19 (8).
  • Shukla P.R. (1997). Biomass Energy in India: Transition from Traditional to Modern. The Social Engineer.6 (2).
  • Shukla P.R. (1997). Energy for Sustainable Development: A Social Engineering Perspective. The Social Engineer. 6 (2).
  • Ramana PV, Shukla P.R. and Hommes EW. (1997). Rural Electrification in India: Role of Renewables, The Social Engineer. 6 (2).
  • Fisher-Vanden K, Shukla P.R., Edmonds JA, Kim SH and Pitcher HM. (1997). Carbon Taxes and India. Energy Economics. 19. 289-325.
  • Shukla P.R. (1996). Wood Energy and Global Climate Change. Wood Energy News.11 (3).
  • Shukla P.R. (1996). The modelling of Policy Options for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in India. AMBIO. XXV (4). 240-248.
  • Banerjee D and Shukla P.R. (1996). Benchmarking Manufacturing Performance: An Application to the Indian Automotive Component Manufacturing Industry. International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management. 2 (2).
  • Shukla P.R. (1995). Greenhouse Gas Models and Abatement Costs for Developing Nations: Critical Assessment. Energy Policy. 23 (8). 677-687.
  • Chandra P and Shukla P.R. (1994).Manufacturing Excellence and Global Competitiveness: Challenges and Opportunities for the Indian Industries. Economic and Political Weekly. XXIX (9).
  • Shukla P.R. and Modak S. (1992). Strategic Management of Energy Conservation: A Case Study of Ashok Organic Industries Ltd. Energy Management.
  • Moulik TK, Dholakia BH, Dholakia RH, Ramani KV and Shukla P.R. (1992). Energy Planning in India: Relevance of Regional Planning for National Policy. Energy Policy. 20 (9).
  • Rathnam S, Arun MR, Chaudhury A and Shukla P.R. (1992). The Design, Implementation and Application of A DSS For Media Planning. INTERFACES.
  • Moulik TK and Shukla P.R. (1991). Management of Energy Conservation- Perspective and Framework. Energy Management.
  • Moulik TK, Dholakia BH and Shukla P.R. (1990). Energy Demand Forecast for Agriculture in India. Economic and Political Weekly.
  • Shukla P.R. and Moulik TK. (1986). Impact of Biomass Availability on Selection of Optimal Energy Systems and Cost of Energy. Energy Journal.7 (2).

TECHNICAL REPORTS, WORKING PAPERS

  • Shukla P. R., Hourcade J-C., Rovere E.L., Espagne E., Perrissin-Fabert B. (2017). Revisiting the Carbon Pricing Challenge after COP21 and COP22. N° 2017-59. March.
  • E.L. Rovere, J-C. Hourcade, Shukla P. R., E. Espagne, B Perrissin-Fabert . (2017). Social Value of Mitigation Activities and forms of Carbon Pricing. N° 2017-60. March. https://static1.squarespace.com/static/54ff9c5ce4b0a53decccfb4c/t/592bcc4c1e5b6ca26e43f6a6/1496042574020/Note+1+for+Stern-Stiglitz+def.pdf
  • Hourcade J-C. , Shukla P. R., Rovere E.L., Dhar S., Espagne E., Finon D., Pereira A. and Pottier A. (2017). How to use SVMAs to reduce the Carbon Pricing and Climate Finance Gap: numerical illustrations. N° 2017-61. March. http://orbit.dtu.dk/en/publications/how-to-use-svmas-to-reduce-the-carbon-pricing-and-climate-finance-gap-numerical-illustrations(89b9a7b1-1068-4c77-a89a-1419b4c186ea).html
  • Chaturvedi Vaibhav, Shukla P. R. and Ganesan Karthik . (2014). Implications of Risk Perceptions for Long-term Future of Nuclear Energy in India:  A Sensitivity Analysis around Nuclear Energy Cost within an Integrated Assessment Modeling Framework. CEEW Working paper 2014/6. June.
  • Shukla P. R. (2013). Review of linked modeling of low carbon development, mitigation and its full costs and benefits. MAPS Research Paper. http://www.mapsprogramme.org/wp-content/uploads/Paper_Review-of-linked-modelling-of-low-carbon-development-mitigation-and-its-full-costs-and-benefits.pdf
  • Kumar B, Sinha P.K., Shukla P. R. and Abhishek . (2013). Broadening the Concept of Sustainability and measuring its Impacts on Firm’s Performance. IIMA W.P. No. 2013-08-01. August.
  • Daniel J.A. Johansson, Paul L. Lucas, Matthias Weitzelc, Erik O. Ahlgren, A.B Bazazd, Wenying Chen, Michel G.J. den Elzen, Joydeep Ghosh, Maria Grahn, Qiao-Mei Liang, Sonja Peterson, Basanta K. Pradhan, Bas J. van Ruijven, Shukla P. R., Detlef P. van Vuuren, Yi-Ming Wei. (2012). Multi-model analyses of the economic and energy implications for China and India in a post-Kyoto climate regime. Kiel Working Paper No.1808, Kiel Institute of the World Economy. November.
  • Voehringer, Frank, Haurie, Alain, Guan, Dabo, Labriet, Maryse, Loulou, Richard, Bosetti, Valentina, Shukla P. R. and Thalmann, Philippe. (2010). Reinforcing the EU Dialogue with Developing Countries on Climate Change Mitigation. Working Paper No. 43.2010. May. http://ssrn.com/abstract=1600065.
  • Shukla P. R.. (2007). Biomass Energy Strategies for Aligning Development and Climate Goals in India. Report 5000101002/2007 , Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, The Netherlands.
  • Shukla P. R., Dhar, S, Victor D G, and Jackson M. (2007). Natural Gas in India: An Assessment of Demand from the Electricity Sector. Working Paper #66, Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Stanford University .
  • Manon-Choudhary D, Shukla P. R., Hourcade JC and Mathy S . (2007). Aligning Development, Air Quality and Climate Policies for Multiple Dividends. CSH Occasional Paper NO 21, Publication of the French Research Institutes in India. December.
  • Heller T.C and Shukla P. R.. (2005). Financing the Climate-friendly Development Pathway - with Illustrative Case Studies from India. Report 500019002/2005. , Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency; The Netherlands.
  • Manon-Choudhary D, Shukla P. R. and Garg A . (2005). Assessing Policy Choices for Managing SO2 Emissions from Indian Power Sector. CSH Occasional Paper No 12, Publication of the French Research Institutes in India.
  • Shukla P. R., Biswas, D., Nag, T., Yajnik, A., Heller, T. C., Victor, D. G. . (2004). Captive Power Plants: Case Study of Gujarat, India. Working Paper No. 22, Center for Environmental Science and Policy, Stanford University.
  • Shukla P. R., Biswas, D., Nag, T., Yajnik, A., Heller, T. C., Victor, D. G. . (2004). Impact of Power Sector Reforms on Technology, Efficiency, and Emissions: Case Study of Gujarat, India. Working Paper No. 21, Center for Environmental Science and Policy, Stanford University.
  • Shukla P. R., Biswas, D., Nag, T., Yajnik, A., Heller, T. C., Victor, D. G. . (2004). Impact of Power Sector Reforms on Technology, Efficiency, and Emissions: Case Study of Andhra Pradesh, India. Working Paper No. 20, Center for Environmental Science and Policy, Stanford University.
  • Chi Zhang, Shukla P. R., Victor, D. G, Heller, T. C, Biswas, D, Nag, T . (2004). Baselines for Carbon Emissions in the Indian and Chinese Power Sectors: Implications for the Clean Development Mechanism. Working Paper No. 33, Center for Environmental Science and Policy, Stanford University.
  • Chandler W, Schaffer R, Dadi Z, Shukla P. R., Tudela F, Davidson O and Alpan-Atamar S. (2002). Climate Change Mitigation in Developing Countries. The Pew Center on Global Climate Change, Washington DC. October.
  • Mashelkar R.A, Biswas, D.K, Krishnana N. R, Mathur, O.P, Natarajan K, Nyati K. P., Shukla P. R., Shinghal S. (2002). Report of the Expert Committee on Auto Fuel Policy. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India, New Delhi. .
  • Shukla P. R., Garg A, Ramana P, Opdam H and Clancy J. (2002). Energy Management and Environmental Protection in India. A Joint Project of TDG, University of Twente, The Netherlands and Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India. January.
  • Shukla P. R., Nair R, Hamacher T and Kram T. (2002). Long-term Energy Scenarios for India. .Joint Study, Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India and Energy Center of Netherlands, The Netherlands; Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Germany. January.
  • Ghosh D, Garg A, Shukla P. R. and Ramana PV . (2001). Renewable Energy Strategies for Indian Power Sector. CSH Occasional Paper No3/2001.
  • Shukla P. R., Garg A, and Rao S. (2000). AIM/ENDUSE Model Application for India: Sectoral Energy and Emissions Analysis. Technical Report. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. October.
  • Shukla P. R., Garg A, Ghosh D and Rao S. (2000). Energy and Environment Technology Inventory of India. Technical Report. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. July.
  • Shukla P. R., Chandler W, Ghosh D. and Logan J. (1999). Developing Countries and Global Climate Change: Electric Power Choices for India. . The Pew Center on Global Climate Change,  Washington DC. October.
  • Shukla P. R. and Kanudia, A . (1996). The Indian MARKAL: Innovations, Extensions and Policy Analysis. Technical Paper, G-96-14, GERAD, Montreal, Canada. April.
  • Modak S and Shukla P. R. (1994). Energy Sector: The Green Angle. . The Economic Times, . January.
  • Chandra P. and Shukla P. R. (1994). Economic Reforms Need Firm Level Response. The Economic Times,March.
  • Shukla P. R., Edmonds J A, Fisher-Vanden K A and Pitcher H M . (1994). Strategies for Improvement of Local Air Quality In India and Their Implication For Energy and Carbon Emissions. Draft Paper, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. August.
  • Shukla P. R. Pangotra P and Khandelwal B . (1993). Urban Energy-Environment Dynamics: Case Study of a Medium Sized Town in India. IIMA W.P. No. 1123. January.
  • Modak S and Shukla P. R. (1992). Energy Conservation: The Non-Issue of Efficiency. . The Economic Times, June.
  • Pangotra P and Shukla P. R.. (1992). A Tale of Decaying Cities. . The Independent, . August .
  • Shukla P. R. and Modak S . (1992). Rural Energy Planning Needs Reorientation. . The Independent, September.
  • Shukla P. R. and Pangotra P. (1991). Consumer Boom: Will Fragile infrastructure Spell Its Doom?. . The Independent. September.
  • Modak S and Shukla P. R. (1990). Rural Energy Plans: Methodological issues facing IREP. . The Economic Times . August .
  • Moulik TK, Shukla P. R. and Varma JR . (1990). Jute Industry: Prospects of Diversified Products. The Economic Times, July.
  • Moulik TK, Shukla P. R. and Varma J R . (1990). Rejuvenation of Jute Industry: Role & Potential of Diversified Products. IIMA W.P. No. 863. April.
  • Shukla P. R. and Tripathy A . (1989). Mega Projects: Issues for the Top Management. The Economic Times, August .
  • Moulik TK and Shukla P. R. (1989). Framework for Integrated Energy Planning with Application In India. IIMA W.P. No. 792. March.
  • Shukla P. R., Moulik TK and Modak S . (1987). An Economic Analysis of Food-Energy Sector: Implications For Subsistence Behaviour And Credit Policy. IIMA W.P. No. 690.
  • Moulik TK and Shukla P. R. . (1986). Fuelwood Energy and Village Requirements. The Economic Times, September.
  • Moulik TK and Shukla P. R. (1986). Economic Importance of Biogas in Integrated Rural Energy System. IIMA W.P. No. 640. November.
  • Moulik TK and Shukla P. R. (1986). Comparative Evaluation of Operating Performance of KVIC and Janata Models and Biogas Plants in India. IIMA W.P. No. 633. October.
  • Shukla P. R. and Moulik TK . (1985). Mixed Integer Linear Programming Model For Selection of Energy Systems and Allocation of Energy To Multiple End-Uses. IIMA W.P. No. 577. August.
  • Seshadri DVR, Shukla P. R. and Tripathy A . (1985). Industrial Growth Strategy: Implications For Sponge Iron Industry. IIMA W.P. No. 595. December.
  • Shukla P. R., and Carlson RC. (1979). Analysis and Solution of Discrete Multicriterion Problems With Ranged Tradeoffs. Technical Report No. 79-4. Department of IEEM, Stanford University. September.
  • Carlson RC and Shukla P. R.. (1979). Robustness of the Interactive Algorithm For Multicriterion Zero-One Variable Problems Under Probabilistic Tradeoffs. Technical Report No. 79-3.  Department of IEEM, Stanford University. September.
  • Carlson RC, Shukla P. R., and Baum S. (1979). Interactive Solution of Discrete Multicriterion Problems: An Algorithm and Computational Results for the Binary Variable Case. Technical Report No. 79-2. Department of IEEM, Stanford University. September. 

CONFERENCE PAPERS

  • Shukla P. R., Dhar S & Mittal S. (2015). Sustainable Low Carbon Transport Scenarios for India. At the IEEE Xplore, Pattaya, Thailand . April. 1 to 8. ISBN: 978-1-4799-2627-5
  • Shukla P. R., Dhar S and Bhaskar K. (2014). Electric vehicle scenarios for India: Implications for development and mitigation. Published in the Proceedings of the Forum on Development and Mitigation, Cape Town. February. ISBN: 978-0-620-59693-0
  • Chokshi P., Shukla P. R., M. Pathak, & Bhaskar K. (2014). Green Energy and Sustainable Urban Transport Transition: A Co-benefits Assessment for Ahmedabad, India. At the IEEE Xplore. ISBN: 978-1-4799-2628-2
  • Bhaskar, K. & Shukla P. R. (2014). Long Term Scenarios for Bioenergy in India. At the IEEE Xplore, Pattaya, Thailand . March. 1 to 5. ISBN: 978-1-4799-2627-5
  • Mittal S, Dholakia H, Garg A and Shukla P. R. (2013). Exploring the Green Growth & Transport Nexus in India. At the 36th Annual IAEE International Conference 2013, Daegu, Republic of Korea. June.
  • Kapshe M, Menon-Choudhary D and Shukla P. R. (2005). Modelling and Analysis of Sector and Region Level Policies for Optimal Management of Greenhouse Gas and Local Emissions in India. Published in the Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Operational Research for Development (ICORD), Jamshedpur, India. December. 92-100.
  • Shukla P. R., Biswas D and Nag T . (2005). Managing Emissions from Indian Electricity Sector: Application of Energy-Environment Optimization Model. Published in the Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Operational Research for Development (ICORD), Jamshedpur, India. January. 208-218.
  • Menon-Choudhary, D., and Shukla P. R. (2005). An Integrated Strategy for Urban Air Quality Management in India. Published in the Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Air Quality Management at Urban, Regional and Global Scales and 14th Regional IUAPPA Conference, Istanbul, Turkey. September. 1231-1241.
  • M. Pallemaerts, C.N. Parker, Shukla P. R. and L.G. van Schaik. (2005). The Greenland Dialogue on Climate Change: A Policy Discussion Paper. At the The Greenland Dialogue - Views on Climate Change, Ilulissat, Greenland. August.
  • Garg, A, Menon-Chaudhury D, Kapshe, M. M., and Shukla P. R. (2004). Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Potential in India. Published in the Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Vancouver, Canada. September.
  • Shukla P. R., Kapshe M and Garg A. (2004). Development and Climate: Impacts and Adaptation for Infrastructure Assets. At the OECD Global Forum on Sustainable Development and Climate Change, Paris. November.
  • Garg A, Kapshe M, Sharma SK and Shukla P. R. (2002). Inventory and Future Emissions from India: Analysis using AIM Local Model. At the Seventh AIM International Workshop, National Institute for Environment Studies Tsukuba, Japan. March.
  • Shukla P. R., Nair R and Rana A. (2001). Integrated Modeling and Analysis of Long term Energy and Emission Trajectories for India. Published in the Proceedings of International Workshop on Climate Policy in Asia, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Tokyo, Japan. December.
  • Rana A, Masui T and Shukla P. R. (2001). General Equilibrium Analysis of Effects of Environment Policy on Indian Economy. Published in the Proceedings of IFAC Workshop on Modelling and Control of Environmental Issues, Yokohama, Japan. August.
  • Shukla P. R., Garg A, Kapshe M. (2001). Large Point Source (LPS) Emissions from India: Regional and Sectoral Analysis. At the Sixth AIM International Workshop, National Institute for Environment Studies Tsukuba, Japan. March.
  • Shukla P. R., Garg A, Rao S and Ghosh D . (2000). Indian Energy System: Modeling using AIM/ENDUSE. At the Fifth AIM International Workshop, National Institute for Environment Studies Tsukuba, Japan. March.
  • Majumdar S and Shukla P. R. (1999). Trading Opportunities through Unit Commitment in a Deficit System. Published in the Proceedings of Tenth National Power System Conference (NPSC'98), Vadodara, India. November.
  • Shukla P. R. (1999). GHG Emissions Inventory for India: Sectoral and Regional Analysis. At the Fourth AIM International Workshop, National Institute for Environment Studies Tsukuba, Japan. March.
  • Shukla P. R. (1999). Justice and Fairness in Climate Change: Bridging the North-South Divide. At the Second EFIEA Policy workshop on Integrating Climate Policies in the European Environment: Costs and Opportunities, Milan. March.
  • Shukla P. R. (1999). Environment, Development and Sustainability Issues in India. At the Workshop on Industry and Environment, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India. February.
  • Bhattacharya S, Dadhwal V.K, Garg A and Shukla P. R. (1999). Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • Inventories for India. At the Workshop on Integrated Assessment Modelling and Climate Change Policy Analysis for Asia, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India. February. ISBN:
  • Shukla P. R. (1999). Energy Technology Strategies for India. At the Expert Meeting, Bechtel Corporation, San Francisco, California. January.
  • Shukla P. R. (1999). Long-term Power Sector Planning: Integrating Energy, Environment and Development. At the Workshop The Future of Power Generation in Developing Countries, Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, California. January.
  • Ghosh D, Majumdar S and Shukla P. R. (1998). Demand-Side Management at Ahmedabad Electricity Company. Published in the Proceedings of Tenth National Power System Conference (NPSC'98), Vadodara, India. October.
  • Shukla P. R. (1998). Implications of Global and Local Environment Policies on Biomass Energy Demand: A Long-term Analysis for India. Published in the Proceedings of Expert Workshop on Biomass Energy: Data, Analysis and Trends, International Energy Agency (IEA) Paris. March.
  • Shukla P. R. (1998). Technology Strategy for India: Modelling and Analysis of Energy and Carbon Mitigation. At the Expert Meeting on Technology Strategy for Climate Change Mitigation, Battelle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Washington D.C. October.
  • Shukla P. R. (1998). Energy and Carbon Mitigation: Modelling and Analysis for India. At the International Workshop on Integrated Assessment Modelling (IAM) , Energy Research Institute and State Development Planning Commissions Beijing, China. October.
  • Shukla P. R. (1998). Experiences with Emissions Trading Systems: Analysis and Lessons for GHG Emissions. At the Ministry of Environment and Forests, GOI, New Delhi. September.
  • Shukla P. R. (1998). Greenhouse Gas Emissions Mitigation Strategies for the Energy Sector. At the Seminar on Climate Change - Its Dimensions and Implications for Planning in India, Planning Commission, Government of India, New Delhi. New Delhi.
  • Shukla P. R. (1998). Climate Change Mitigation Policies for India. At the Workshop on Global Climate Change Strategies, McGill University and GERAD, Montreal.
  • Shukla P. R. (1998). Final Energy Demand Scenario for India: A Long-term Assessment. At the International Seminar on India and the World: Stakes and Prospects for a Sustainable Energy System, Geneva.
  • Shukla P. R. (1997). Implications of Uncertainties on Energy Investments and Emissions: Analysis for India. Published in the Proceedings of the 4th Workshop of IEA-ETSAP on Advanced Local Energy Planning, Rome, Italy. October-November.
  • Shukla P. R. (1997). Biomass Energy Future for India. Published in the Proceedings of International Workshop on Science and Technology for a Modern Biomass Civilization, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. September.
  • Shukla P. R. (1997). Biomass Energy in India: Policies and Prospects. Published in the Proceedings of Workshop on Biomass Energy: Key Issues and Priority Needs, International Energy Agency (IEA), Paris. February.
  • Morita T, Shukla P. R. and Camarone OK . (1997). Epistemological Gaps Between Integrated Assessment and Developing Countries. At the Climate Change and Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) - Bridging the Gaps, IPCC Asia-Pacific Workshop on Integrated Assessment Models, Tokyo. March.
  • Shukla P. R. (1997). Socio-Economic Dynamics of Developing Countries: Some Ignored Dimensions in Integrated Assessment. At the Climate Change and Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) - Bridging the Gaps, IPCC Asia-Pacific Workshop on Integrated Assessment Models, Tokyo. March.
  • Shukla P. R. (1997). Economic Implications of Carbon Limitations for India. At the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, . November.
  • Shukla P. R. (1997). Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions and India: An Overview and Observations. At the Ministry of Environment and Forests, GOI, . November.
  • Shukla P. R. (1997). Implications of Uncertainties on Energy Investments and Emissions: Analysis for India. At the Uncertainty and Energy Policy to Meet UNFCCC Objectives, International Energy Agency, Paris. October.
  • Shukla P. R. (1997). Implications of Proposed Emissions Protocols and Stabilization Trajectories for Developing (Non-Annex I) Countries. Published in the Proceedings of the International Conference on International Environmental Agreements on Climate Change, Venice. May.
  • Shukla P. R., Pandey R and Sridhar V. (1997). Energy and Emissions Trajectories from Indian Industries: Analysis with AIM\ENDUSE Model. At the AIM International Workshop, Tsukuba, Japan. March.
  • Shukla P. R. and Pandey R. (1997). Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from India: Status and Projections Using Integrated Modelling System. At the AIM International Workshop, Tsukuba, Japan. March.
  • Majumdar S and Shukla P. R. (1996). Electric Load Forecasting and Deficit Management: An Algorithmic Approach. At the Proceedings of Ninth National Power System Conference (NPSC'96), Kanpur, India. December.
  • Shukla P. R. (1996). When and Where Aspects of Climate Change Mitigation Actions: A Developing Country Perspective. At the IPCC Symposium on "Integrated Assessment Process",  Toulouse, France. October.
  • Shukla P. R. (1996). Energy and Carbon Mitigation Strategies for India: Modelling and Policy Analysis. At the Workshop on Science and Economics of Climate Change, Centre for Science and Environment. September.
  • Pangotra P and Shukla P. R. (1994). Management Plan for River Sabarmati. At the Seminar on River Sabarmati, Centre for Environment Planning and Technology (CEPT), Ahmedabad. January.
  • Shukla P. R. (1993). Energy Conservation and Emission Control Policies in India for Industrial and Transport Sectors. At the Workshop on Strategies for Energy Conservation in Industries and Transport, University of Twente, The Netherlands.
  • Shukla P. R. (1992). Institutional Framework for Energy Efficiency in India. At the Energy Transition in Developing Countries, . October.
  • Shukla P. R. (1992). Energy Dynamics in Domestic Sector in India. At the Energy Transition in Developing Countries, . March.
  • Shukla P. R. (1991). Energy-Environment Planning Model and Information System. At the XXIV Annual Convention of ORSI, Bangalore. December.
  • Moulik TK, Shukla P. R. and Pandya UA. (1991). Cost-Benefit Analysis for Bio-Gas Plants: A Spreadsheet Software (CB-BIOGAS). At the Training Workshop on Management of Biogas Programme Implementation, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad.
  • Moulik TK and Shukla P. R. (1990). Structure and Use of IMEEP in Rural Energy Planning. At the  Workshop on Rural Energy Data Analysis, Manila, Philippines. November.
  • Shukla P. R. (1989). Optimal Selection of Electricity Generation Technologies - Model and Analysis for Western Region. At the XXII Convention of ORSI, Kharagpur. December.
  • Shukla P. R. and Modak S. (1988). Integrated Energy Planning: A Linear Programming. At the XXI Annual Convention of ORSI, Trivendrum. December.
  • Gupta OK, Shukla P. R. and Tripathy A. (1988). A Computer Based Decision Support System For Large Scale Fertilizer Distribution. At the First Conference of Asian-Pacific Operational Research Societies Within IFORS (APORS), Seoul. August.
  • Shukla P. R., Rathnam S and Sundaram M. (1988). Computer Based Decision Aid For Multiple Criteria Media Planning. At the First Conference Of The Association of Asian-Pacific Operational Research Societies Within IFORS (APORS), Seoul. August.
  • Sharma RRK, Shukla P. R. and Tripathy A. (1988). Optimal Warehouse Policy for Fertilizer Distribution. At the XX Annual Convention of the Operational Research Society of India (ORSI), Poona. January.
  • Shukla P. R. (1987). A Goal Programming Model For Selection of Integrated Rural Energy System. At the  International Conference on Combinatorics, Optimization and Statistics, Srinagar. August.
  • Seshadri DVR, Shukla P. R. and Tripathy A. (1987). Role of Distribution Logistics in Modelling Technology Selection, Capacity Planning & Plant Location. At the Workshop on Transportation Research, Ahmedabad. April.
  • Moulik TK and Shukla P. R. (1986). Integrated Rural Energy System: Planning and Organization. At the National Seminar on Urja Gram (Integrated Energy Village) Programme, Hyderabad. December.
  • Moulik TK and Shukla P. R. (1985). Techno-Economic Feasibility of Small Gasifier Engine in Rural Areas. At the Third USAID-GOI Workshop on Alternate Energy Resources (Coal & Biomass Convention), New Delhi. February.

Masters and Doctoral level courses in the area of:

  • Carbon Finance
  • Managing Energy Businesses
  • Environment Management
  • Energy and Environment Policy
  • Electric Power Economics and Policy
  • Environmental Risk Analysis
  • Agribusiness and Energy Markets
  • Computer Aided Decision Models
  • Operations Management
  • Manufacturing Policy
  • Multiple Criteria Decision Making

EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBER/ GUEST EDITOR/ADVISOR FOR JOURNALS

  • Co-Guest Editor, Special Issue of the Journal International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and  Economics (Elsevier) on The Economics of the Paradigm Shift in the Climate Negotiations, Volume 15, No. 4, November 2015
  • Co-Guest Editor, Special Issue of the Journal Energy Policy (Elsevier) on Low Carbon Transport in Asia: Energy Policies for Gaining Co-benefits, 2015
  • Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Climate Policy , Taylor and Francis
  • Member, Editorial Board, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, (COCUST), Elsevier
  • Member, Editorial Board, Environmental Modeling and Assessment, Baltzer Science Publishers, Amsterdam
  • Member, Editorial Advisory Board, International Energy Journal Published by The Regional Energy Resources Information Center (RERIC), Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Member (2006-08), Editorial Advisory Board, Natural Resources Forum, A United Nations Sustainable Development Journal, Blackwell Publishing Ltd.., Oxford, U.K.
  • Member (2006-2009), Editorial Advisory Board, International Journal of Energy Sector Management, Emerald Publishing Group, London.
  • Member, Editorial Committee, Research Publications, Centre Social Humaine, New Delhi
  • Co-Guest Editor, World Development, Vol. 39, No. 6, 2011.
  • Co-Guest Editor, Special Issue on Climate Change, and India, Current Science, Vol. 90, No. 3, February 2006.
  • Co-Guest Editor, Special Issue on Energy and Environment Modeling, OPSEARCH, The Journal of Operations Research Society of India, Vol. 38, No. 1, 2001.
  • Co-Guest Editor, Special Issue on Energy and Development, The Social Engineer, Vol. 6, No. 2. 1997.
  • Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management, U.S.A.

INVITED MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEE (Partial List)

  • Member, Steering Committee, Integrated Assessment Modeling Community (IAMC)
  • Member, Steering Committee, Low Carbon Asia Network (LoCARNet)
  • Member, Steering Committee, Low Carbon Society Network (LCSRNet)
  • Member, Technical Steering Committee for India's Second National Communications for Greenhouse Gases, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India
  • Member Advisory Committee on ‘Equity and Climate Change’, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India.
  • Member, Scientific Advisory Committee, Design to Win: Prioritizing Worldwide Philanthropic Investment Strategies for Global Warming, An International Initiative (2008-09)
  • Member, Steering Committee, Japan – UK Joint Research Project “Developing visions for a Low Carbon Society through Sustainable Development”, Sponsored by The Ministry of the Environment of Japan (MoEJ) and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), UK, Since March 2006.
  • Member, Climate Change Core Group, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, since 2002
  • Member, Steering Committee, Global Technology Strategy Project, Battelle-PNNL, Washington D.C. since 1999.
  • Member, National Steering Committee for India's Initial National Communications for Greenhouse Gases, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, 2002-4
  • Member, Advisory Committee for Pitamber Pant National Environment Fellowship Award, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, 2003
  • Member, Climate Change Advisory Group, Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Resources, Government of India, 2003
  • Member, Task Group on Capacity Building for Clean Development Mechanism, Planning Commission, Government of India, 2003
  • Member, Steering Committee, State of Environment Report, Gujarat State, 2003
  • Member, Auto Fuel Policy Committee, Government of India, 2001-2002
  • Invited Member, Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council 2002
  • Member, Ministry of Environment and Forests Sub-Committee on "Environment in Management Education" 2002
  • Member, Government of India Delegation for the "Eighth Conference of Parties (COP 8) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change", 2002
  • Member, Advisory Council on Climate Change, Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Resources, Government of India, 2001-2
  • Member, Eco-Asia Panel, Government of Japan, 2002
  • Member, The Indian Man and Biosphere Research Committee, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India (2001-02)
  • Member, Ecosystems Research Committee, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India (1999-2001)
  • Member, Global Energy Technology Strategy Project, An International Public and Private Partnership, Coordinated by Battelle Memorial Institute, Washington DC (1998-2009)
  • Member, Group for Integrated Assessment Modelling - A Research Group of Indian Institutions Developing Regionally Sensitive Integrated Assessment Model (1998-2000)
  • Member, South-Asia Committee for START (SASCOM) - 1999-2000
  • Member, Energy Task Force, Confederation of Indian Industries, Gujarat State (1998-2000)
  • Member, Expert Group on Greenhouse Gas Inventories, Scenarios and National Communication, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India (1999)
  • Member, Expert Group on Kyoto Protocol Mechanisms, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India (1999)
  • Member, Expert Group on Impacts of Climate Change, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India (1999)
  • Member, Core Group, Integrated Assessment Modelling in Developing and Transitional Economies, An initiative by START and IPCC (1997-99)
  • Member, Working Group on Framework Convention on Climate Change, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India (since 1996)
  • Member, Expert Committees on Environmental Pollution, Appointed by the Hon’ble High Court of Gujarat State, India (1995-1997)
  • Member, Rural Energy Pricing Committee, Planning Commission, Government of India (1988)

CONTRIBUTIONS TO ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT POLICY (Partial List)

  • Reviewer IEA World Energy Outlook (Annual Reports from 2009-2013)
  • Contributing Author, Global Energy Outlook 2013, International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis, Vienna, Austria
  • Leader of Collaborative Research on Strategies for Energy Conservation and Environmental Pollution, with University of Twente, Netherlands
  • Consultant on Energy Conservation to several Industries in India
  • Invited Expert: Biomass Energy Workshop, International Energy Agency, Paris.
  • Invited Expert: Non-Commercial Energy Planning, Bogota, Colombia
  • Invited Expert: Biomass Energy Future, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Consultant to Regional Wood Energy Development Programme, FAO, Bangkok on study of Biomass Electricity Generation Technologies
  • Consultant for Rural Energy Planning to Central and State Government Ministries and Nodal Agencies
  • International Expert and Lead Author, Renewable Energy on the World Market: A Policy Study, International Energy Agency (IEA), Prepared by Advanced International Studies Unit, Battelle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, Washington DC
  • Project Director, Project on Strategies and Instruments for Sustainable Growth - Energy Management and Environmental Protection in India, Sponsored by Indo-Dutch Programme for Alternatives in Development.
  • Coordinator, Least Cost Power Sector Planning, Project Sponsored by the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, Washington D.C., U.S.A.
  • Coordinator, State Level Electricity Sector Reforms and Structural Changes in India and Its Impacts on Global Warming, Joint Project with Institute for International Studies, Stanford University, U.S.A, Sponsored by USAID.

CONTRIBUTIONS TO CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY RESEARCH (Partial List)

  • Lead Author, Chapter 6 – Assessing Transformation Pathways, IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (AR5), Working Group III (WGIII).
  • Coordinating Lead Author, IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (AR4 - Working Group III) on Climate Change, Chapter 2 – Framing Issues.
  • Convening Lead Author, IPCC Third Assessment Report (TAR - Working Group III) on Climate Change, Chapter 8 - Global and Regional Costs and Ancillary Benefits, Working Group III.
  • Lead Author, IPCC Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES)
  • Lead Author, IPCC Special Report on Methodological and Technological Issues in Technology Transfer, Chapter 11 (Energy Supply).
  • Coordinator, International Workshop on Integrated Assessment Models for Climate Change Policy for Asia, Sponsored by Asia Pacific Network for Global Change Research, 1998
  • Coordinator, Training Workshop for Integrated Assessment Models for Climate Change Policy Analysis, Sponsored by Asia Pacific Network for Global Change Research, 1998
  • Lead Author, IPCC Technical Paper IV: Implications of Proposed CO2 Emissions Limitations (1997)
  • Lead Author, IPCC Technical Paper I: Technology, Policies and Measures (1996)
  • Lead Author, UNEP/IPCC discussion paper: Mitigation and Adaptation Cost Assessment: Concepts, Methods and Appropriate Use (1997-98)
  • Contributing Author, Human Choice and Climate Change, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, U.S.A.
  • Lead Author, Climate Change 1995 - Economic and Social Dimensions of Climate Change, Second Assessment Report of the IPCC (Chapters 8, 9 and 10), Working Group III
  • National Consultant for Global Environment Facility (GEF) Projects
  • Invited Expert at the Global Climate Change Institute, Organized by UCAR/OIES, Snowmass, Colorado, USA, July 1994
  • Invited Expert: Third IEA Modelling Seminar on Uncertainty and Energy Policy Choices to meet UNFCCC Objectives, International Energy Agency, Paris
  • Invited expert to US Country Studies Program on Greenhouse Gas Mitigation
  • Invited Expert, First IPCC Asia-Pacific Workshop on Integrated Assessment Models, Tokyo, March 10-12, 1997
  • Invited Expert, Asia Least-Cost Greenhouse Gas Abatement Strategies (ALGAS) Project Sponsored by Asian Development Bank.
  • Invited Expert, International Workshop on the Technology Strategy, February 1998, Tokyo, Japan
  • Invited Expert, International Workshop on Integrated Assessment Modelling (IAM) - Organized by Energy Research Institute and State Development Planning Commissions Beijing, China, October 11 - 13, 1998
  • Invited Expert, Second IPCC Workshop on Integrated Assessment in Africa, Kadoma, Zimbabwe, November 22-25, 1998
  • Collaborative Research with Battelle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, Washington DC on Climate Change Modelling
  • Consultant to Government of India on Energy-Environment Modelling and Policy Analysis
  • Collaborative Research on Energy and Greenhouse Gas Policy for India using MARKAL Model, with McGill University and GERAD, Montreal (1994-96)
  • Collaborative work on the IMACLIM-NEXUS model with Centre for International Research in Environment and Development, Paris (ongoing)
  • Collaborative Research with National Institute for Environment Studies, Tsukuba, Japan, on the Asia-Pacific Integrated Model (AIM) for Evaluating Policy Options to Reduce GHG Emissions and Global Warming impacts (ongoing)
  • Expert and consultant to GEF Secretariat for preparing “Case Study on India” for the GEF Review of Enabling Activities.
  • Consultant, Climate Change Awareness and Outreach (CCAO) and Clean Technology Initiative (CTI) Projects, USAID (1999 – 2002)
  • Coordinator, Development and Climate Project, Sponsored by UNEP RISO Centre on Climate Change, Denmark.
  • Consultant, Financing for Development and Climate, Sponsored by RIVM, The Netherlands.
  • Invited Expert, MAPS Project, Cape Town, South Africa 2012
  • Member, Steering Committee Low Carbon Research Network
  • Member, Technical Steering Committee of India’s First and Second National Communication to the UNFCCC
  • Member, Sub-Group on Equity, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India

CONTRIBUTIONS TO INTERNATIONAL REPORTS (as a co-author/ co-editor)

Partial List

  • Lead Author, Chapter 6 – Transformation Pathways, Working Group III, Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Cambridge University Press, June 2014.
  • Lead Author, UNEP Bridging the Gap Report, 2011, 2012 and 2016
  • Member UNEP Foresight Panel 2011 (for preparation of the UNEP Foresight Report)
  • Coordinating Lead Author, Chapter 2 – Framing Issues, Working Group III, Third Assessment Report of the IPCC, Cambridge University Press, October 2007.
  • Coordinating Lead Author, Chapter 8 - Global and Regional Costs and Ancillary Benefits, Working Group III, Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Cambridge University Press, June 2001.
  • Lead Author, IPCC Special Report on Methodological and Technological Issues in Technology Transfer: Chapter 11 (Energy Supply), Cambridge University Press, June 2000.
  • Lead Author, IPCC Special Report on Emissions Scenarios, Cambridge University Press, June 2000.
  • Lead Author, Developing Countries and Global Climate Change: Electric Power Choices for India, Report, Published by The Pew Center on Global Climate Change, November 1999.
  • Principal Author, Biomass Based Power Generation and Wood Fuel Production Systems - Economic Analysis and Implementation Strategies, Report, FAO, Regional Wood Energy Development Programme in Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 1998.
  • Lead Author, Mitigation and Adaptation Cost Assessment: Concepts, Methods and Appropriate Use, Report, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), October 1998.
  • Editor, Proceedings of Regional Conference on Climate Change Mitigation in Asia and Financing Mechanisms, Sponsored by UNEP/GEF/World Bank, Goa, India, May 1998.
  • Contributing Author, Human Choice & Climate Change, Rayner, S & Malone, E (Eds.), Battelle Press, 1998.
  • Lead Author, Implications of Proposed CO2 Emissions Limitations - IPCC Technical Paper IV, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Geneva, October 1997.
  • Lead Author, Technologies, Policies and Measures for Mitigating Climate Change - IPCC Technical Paper I, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Geneva, November 1996.
  • Lead Author, Chapter 8 - Estimating the Costs of Mitigating Greenhouse Gases, Climate Change 1995 - Social and Economic Dimensions of Climate Working Group III Second Assessment Report of the IPCC - Eds. J.P. Bruce, H. Lee and E. Haites, Cambridge University Press - 1996.
  • Principal Lead Author, Chapter 9 - A Review of Mitigation Costs Studies, Climate Change 1995 - Social and Economic Dimensions of Climate Change, Working Group III Second Assessment Report of  the IPCC - Eds. J.P. Bruce, H. Lee and E. Haites, Cambridge University Press - 1996.
  • Principal Lead Author, Chapter 10 - Integrated Assessment of Climate Change: An Overview and Comparison of Approaches and Results, Climate Change 1995 - Social and Economic Dimensions of Climate Change, Working Group III Second Assessment Report of the IPCC - Eds. J.P. Bruce, H. Lee and E. Haites, Cambridge University Press - 1996.
  • Lead Author, Renewable Energy on the World Market: A Policy Study, International Energy Agency (IEA), Prepared by Advanced International Studies Unit, Battelle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, Washington DC, 1996.

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS: (Co-Author/Editor of)

  • Shukla P. R., S. Dhar, M. Pathak, D. Mahadevia, and A. Garg. (2015). Pathways to deep decarbonization in India. Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) and Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI), pp-62.
  • Shukla P. R., A. Garg and H. Dholakia. (2014). Energy-Emissions Trends and Policy Landscapes for India. Allied Publishers, New Delhi pp-160. ISSN:978-8184249675.
  • Shukla P. R., Dhar S., M. Pathak, & Bhaskar K. (2014). Electric Vehicles Scenarios and a Roadmap for India. UNEP RISO Centre on Energy, Climate and Sustainable Development, Denmark. pp-73. ISSN:978-87-93130-22-7.  
  • Dhar S., M. Pathak and Shukla P. R. (2013). Low Carbon City: A Guidebook for City Planners and Practitioners. UNEP RISO Centre on Energy, Climate and Sustainable Development, Denmark pp-89. ISSN:978-87-92706-27-0.  
  • Garg A, Naswa P and Shukla P. R.  (2013). Impact Assessment and Management Framework for Infrastructure Assets: A Case Study of Konkan Railways. UNEP RISO Centre on Energy, Climate and Sustainable Development, Denmark. pp-36. ISSN:978-87-92706-25-6.
  • Pangotra P and Shukla P. R. (2012). Infrastructure for Low-Carbon Transport in India: A Case Study of the Delhi-Mumbai Dedicated Freight Corridor. UNEP RISO Centre on Energy, Climate and Sustainable Development, Denmark. pp-58. ISSN:978-87-92706-69-0.
  • S. Dhar and Shukla P. R. (2009). Natural Gas Markets in India: Evolution and Future Scenarios. McGraw Hill, New Delhi pp-172 ISSN:978-0070680722.
  • Shukla P. R., Garg A, Dhar, S and Halnaes K . (2007). Balancing Energy, Development and Climate Priorities in India: Current Trends and Future Projections. UNEP RISO Centre on Energy, Climate and Sustainable Development, Denmark pp-96 ISSN:978-87-550-3627-7.
  • Shukla P. R., T. C. Heller, D.G. Victor, D.  Biswas, T. Nag, A. Yajnik.(2004). Electricity Reforms in India: Firm Choices and Emerging Generation Markets. Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
  • Shukla P. R., A. Rana, A. Garg, M. Kapshe and R. Nair. (2004). Climate Change Assessment for India: Applications of Asia Pacific Integrated Model (AIM). Universities Press, Hyderabad. pp-232. ISSN:978-8173714849.
  • Shukla P. R., S. K. Sharma, N.H. Ravindranath, S. Bhattacharyya and A. Garg. (2003). Climate Change and India: Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation. Universities Press, Hyderabad.pp-462.ISSN:978-8173714719.
  • Shukla P. R., S. K. Sharma and P.V. Ramana. (2002). Climate Change and India: Issues, Concerns and Opportunities. Tata McGraw Hill Publishers, New Delhi.pp- ISSN:978-0070483606.
  • A. Garg and Shukla P. R. (2002). Emissions Inventories of India. Tata McGraw Hill Publishers, New Delhi.pp-278.
  • P. Audinet, Shukla P. R. and F. Grare. (2000). India’s Energy: Essays on Sustainable Development.  Manohar Publishers, New Delhi.pp-290.
  • Shukla P. R. (1997). Energy and Environment Strategies for a Sustainable Future: Analysis with the Indian MARKAL Model. Allied Publishers, New Delhi.
  • R. L. Loulou, Shukla P. R. and A. Kanudia. (1997). Energy Strategies and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation: Models and Policy Analysis for India. Allied Publishers, New Delhi. pp-230. ISSN:9788170236214.
  • Shukla P. R., S. Modak and P. Deo. (1992). Strategic Management of Energy Conservation in Industries. Oxford & IBH Publishers, New Delhi. pp-150. ISSN:9788120407589.
  • P Deo, S Modak and Shukla P. R. (1991). Decentralized Energy Planning: Methodology and Case Studies. Oxford & IBH Publishers, New Delhi. pp-139. ISSN:9788120406292.
  • T.K.Moulik, B.H Dholakia and P.R Shukla. (1991). Energy Demand for Agriculture in India - In the Year 2000. Oxford & IBH Publishers, New Delhi.
  • T.K. Moulik, B.H. Dholakia, R.H Dholakia, K.V. Ramani and Shukla P. R. (1991). Regional Energy Demand Model and Analysis. Oxford & IBH Publishers, New Delhi.

BOOKS CHAPTER:

  • Pathak, M., Shukla P. R., Garg A. and Dholakia H. (2015). Integrating Climate Change in City Planning: Framework and Case Studies, In Cities and Sustainability: Issues and Strategic Pathways. (Eds.) Mahendra Dev S., Sudhakar Yedla S. Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics. pp: 151-177. ISBN: 978-81-322-2310-8.
  • Shukla P. R. and Mahapatra Diptiranjan. (2015). Environmental and resource Policy in India, In The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Economics in Asia. (Eds.) Shunsuke Managi. Routledge. 620-657. ISBN: 9780415656450.
  • Clarke L., K. Jiang, K. Akimoto, M. Babiker, G. Blanford, K. Fisher-Vanden, J.-C. Hourcade, V. Krey, E. Kriegler, A. Löschel, D. McCollum, S. Paltsev, S. Rose, Shukla P. R., M. Tavoni, B. C. C. van der Zwaan, and D.P. van Vuuren. (2014). Assessing Transformation Pathways, In Climate Change 2014: Mitigation of Climate Change. Contribution of Working Group III to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. (Eds.) Edenhofer, O., R. Pichs-Madruga, Y. Sokona, E. Farahani, S. Kadner, K. Seyboth, A. Adler, I. Baum, S. Brunner, P. Eickemeier, B. Kriemann, J. Savolainen, S. Schlömer, C. von Stechow, T. Zwickel and J.C. Minx. Cambridge University Press Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA. . ISBN: 978-1-107-05821-7.
  • Bishop, R., Els J., Harrison N and Shukla P. R. (2014). Assessing and communicating Benefits of Green Growth, In Green Growth Best Practice: Lessons from Country Experiences. (Eds.) Ron Benioff et. al.  Global Green Growth Institute Republic of Korea. . ISBN:
  • Heath L, Salinger M. J, Falkland T, Hansen J, Jiang K, Kameyama Y, Kishi M, Lebel L, Meinke H, Morton K, Nikitina E, Shukla P. R. and White I. (2014). Chapter 4: Climate in Asia and the Pacific (Food, Water and Energy), In Climate in Asia and the Pacific: Security, Society and Sustainability. (Eds.) Manton M and Stevenson L. Springer .129-198. ISBN: 9789400773370.
  • Lasco R, Kameyama Y, Jiang K, Penalba L, Pulhin J, Shukla P. R., and Subramanain S.M. (2014). Climate and Sustainability, In Climate in Asia and the Pacific: Security, Society and Sustainability. (Eds.) Manton M and Stevenson L. Springer .253-288. ISBN: 9789400773370.
  • K. Blok, M. Kainuma, Shukla P. R. (2011). How to bridge the gap - what the scenarios and studies say, In Bridging the Emissions Gap: A UNEP Synthesis Report. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) .28-38. ISBN: 978-92-807-3229-0.
  • Halsnaes K, Shukla P. R. and Christensen J.M. (2010). The Global Energy Scenario in 2050, In Riso Energy Report 9, Non-fossil energy technologies in 2050 and beyond. (Eds.) Larsen H and Petersen L.S. Riso-R-1729(EN) .43356. ISBN:
  • Shukla P. R., Garg, A., and Dhar, S. (2009). Integrated Regional Assessment for South Asia:  A Case Study, In Integrated Regional Assessment: Challenges and Case Studies 231-25C. (Eds.) G. Knight, & J. Jäger. Cambridge Universities Press.
  • Shukla P. R., A. Garg, and S. Dhar. (2009). Integrated regional assessment for South Asia: A Case Study, In Integrated Regional Assessment of Climate Change. (Eds.) Knight, C. G. & Jäger, J.  Cambridge University Press Cambridge UK and New York, NY.
  • Hourcade, J.C, Shukla P. R. and Mathy S. (2008). Untying the Climate-Development Gordian Knot - Economic Options in a Politically Constrained World, In The Design of Climate Policy, CESifo Seminar Series. (Eds.) Roger Guesnerie and Henry Tulkens. The MIT Press Boston.75-99. ISBN: 9780262073028.
  • Menon-Choudhury D., Shukla P. R., Biswas D and Nag T. (2006). Electricity Reforms, Firm Level Responses and Environmental Implications, In Against the current (Vol III): Electricity Act and Technical Choices for the Power Sector in India. (Eds.) Kalra P.K and Ruet J Manohar. 183-216. ISBN:  81-7304-684-0.
  • Shukla P. R. (2006). Integrating Sustainable Development and Climate Policies: Case Studies of Energy Sector in India, In Sustainable Development, Energy and Climate – Exploring Synergies and Tradeoffs. (Eds.) Halsnaes K and Garg A. UNEP RISO Centre on Energy, Development and Climate Denmark.26-35.
  • Shukla P. R. (2005). Aligning Justice and Efficiency in the Global Climate Change Regime: A Developing Country Perspective, In Advances in the Economics of Environmental Resources. (Eds.) Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Richard B. Howarth. Emerald Group Publishing Limited .121-144. ISBN: 978-0-76231-271-9.
  • Shukla P. R., Sharma S, Garg A and Bhattachayya S. (2004). Inventory Estimation and Emerging Issues, In Climate Change and India: Uncertainty Reduction in Greenhouse Gas Inventory Estimates. (Eds.) Mitra, A.P., Sharma, S., Bhattacharya, S., Garg, A., Devotta, S. and Sen, K. Universities Press (India) Pvt Ltd Hyderabad.43114. ISBN: 8173715173.
  • Rana A and Shukla P. R. (2003). Energy Economy Model Applications for India: Long-term GHG Trends and Mitigation Costs, In Climate Change Economics and Policy: Indian Perspectives. (Eds.) Toman M. Resources for the Future Publication Washington DC.
  • Garg A, Ghosh D and Shukla P. R. (2003). Energy sector policies and Mitigation of GHG Emissions from India, In Climate Change Economics and Policy: Indian Perspectives. (Eds.) Toman M. Resources for the Future Publication Washington DC.
  • Heller, T and Shukla P. R. (2003). Development and Climate – Engaging Developing Countries, In Beyond Kyoto: Advancing the international effort against climate change. (Eds.)  The Pew Center on Global Climate Change Washington DC.111-140. ISBN:
  • Pandey R and Shukla P. R. (2002). Methodology for Exploring Co-benefits of CO2 and SO2 Mitigation Policies in India using AIM/Enduse Model, In Climate Policy Assessment - Asia-Pacific Integrated Model (AIM) Applications. (Eds.) Kainuma M et. al.  Springer-Verlag Tokyo.113-122. ISBN:  978-4-431-53985-8.
  • Kapshe M, Garg A and Shukla P. R. (2002). Application of AIM/Local Model to India using Area and Large Point Sources, In Climate Policy Assessment - Asia-Pacific Integrated Model (AIM) Applications. (Eds.) Kainuma M et. al.  Springer-Verlag Tokyo. 93-112. ISBN:  978-4-431-53985-8.
  • Shukla P. R. (1999). Justice, Equity and Efficiency in Climate Change: A Developing Country Perspective, In Fair Weather: Equity Concerns in Climate Change. (Eds.) Ference Toth.  Earthscan Publications London. . ISBN:  1-85383-557-9.
  • Shukla P. R.. (1999). Implications of Proposed Emissions Protocols and Stabilization Trajectories for Developing (Non-Annex I) Countries, In International Environmental Agreements on Climate Change. (Eds.) Carlo Carraro. Kluwer Academic Publishers Dordrecht.
  • Pangotra P and Shukla P. R.. (1999). Dyestuff Industry in Gujarat: A Case of Environmental Impasse, In Proceedings of Workshop on Industry and Environment. (Eds.) P. Pangotra, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
  • Saha J and Shukla P. R.. (1998). Country Study: The Indian Primary Textile Industry, In Technology, Practices and Competitiveness: A Study of the Canadian, Chinese and Indian Primary Textile Industry. (Eds.) P. Chandra. Himalaya Publishing House Mumbai.
  • Chandra P, Ming WX, Saha J. and Shukla P. R.. (1998). Manufacturing Management in the Primary Textile Industry: Some Assessments from a Plant Level Study in Canada, China and India, In Technology, Practices and Competitiveness: A Study of the Canadian, Chinese and Indian Primary Textile Industry. (Eds.) P. Chandra. Himalaya Publishing House Mumbai.
  • Shukla P. R.. (1997). Penetration of Renewable Energy Technologies in India: Assessment of Future Trajectories and Macro Policies, In Renewable and Rural Energy Policy Perspective in Developing Countries. (Eds.) P. Venkat Ramana. Tata Energy Research Institute New Delhi.
  • Shukla P. R. and Pangotra P. (1996). Sustainable Micro-Watershed Development: A Multiple Objective Planning Model with Application, In OR and Development. (Eds.) A. Tripathy. New Age Publishers New Delhi.
  • Shukla P. R.. (1994). Traditional Sector Dynamics and Energy and Environment Policies in Developing Countries: A Perspective, In Towards Sustainable Development. (Eds.) Skutch M, Opdam JHM and Nordholt GS. University of Twente Netherlands.
  • Shah J, Shukla P. R. and Tripathy A. (1993). Application of Mathematical Programming for Optimal Allocation of Coal to Steel Plants, In Operational Research in Indian Steel Industries. (Eds.) Shah J and Tripathy A. Wiley Eastern.
  • Kalro AH, Raghuram G, Shukla P. R. and Tripathy A. (1993). Dispatch Planning of Finished Steel Products at a Steel Plant, In Operational Research in Indian Steel Industries. (Eds.) Shah J and Tripathy A. Wiley Eastern.
  • Shukla P. R.. (1992). Energy-Environment Models: A Retrospective and Perspective, In OR in India: A Retrospective. (Eds.) Ed. Raghuram G. Wiley Eastern.
  • Moulik TK, Dholakia BH, Dholakia RH, Ramani KV and Shukla P. R.. (1991). Regional Energy Demand Modelling: Lessons in Large-scale Data Handling and Methodology, In Modelling and Analysis of Large Systems. (Eds.) A Tripathy. Oxford & IBH.
  • Sharma RRK, Shukla P. R. and Tripathy A. (1991). A Decomposition-Lagrangian Relaxation Based Model for Bulk Commodity Distribution, In Modelling and Analysis of Large Systems. (Eds.)  A Tripathy. Oxford & IBH.
  • Seshadri DVR, Shukla P. R. and Tripathy. (1991). A Centralized Planning model for Indian Sponge Iron Industry: A Case of Large-scale Modelling and Analysis, In Modelling and Analysis of Large Systems. (Eds.) A Tripathy. Oxford & IBH.
  • Shukla P. R. and Sambasivan N. (1991). An Interactive Decision Aid for Materials Management,  In Microcomputers for Materials Management. (Eds.) N Ravichandran. Wiley Eastern. ISBN: 8122402976.
  • Moulik TK, Shukla P. R. and Sinha S. (1988). Optimal Selection from Centralized and Decentralized Energy Generating Technologies for Meeting Rural Energy Needs, In Food-Energy Nexus and Ecosystem. (Eds.) Moulik TK. Oxford & IBH. ISBN: 8120403622.
  • Modak S, Moulik TK and Shukla P. R.. (1988). An Economic Model of Relation Between Food and Energy Sectors, In Food-Energy Nexus and Ecosystem. (Eds.) Moulik TK. Oxford & IBH. ISBN: 8120403622.

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